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n.
the act or result of summing up; summary.
[1890–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sum-up - a brief statement that presents the main points in a concise form; "he gave a summary of the conclusions"
literary argument, argument - a summary of the subject or plot of a literary work or play or movie; "the editor added the argument to the poem"
capitulation - a summary that enumerates the main parts of a topic
compendium - a concise but comprehensive summary of a larger work
abridgement, abridgment, capsule, condensation - a shortened version of a written work
conspectus - an overall summary
curriculum vitae, CV, resume - a summary of your academic and work history
line score - a summary of the scoring in a game (usually in tabular form)
precis, synopsis, abstract, outline - a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory
overview - a general summary of a subject; "the treasurer gave a brief overview of the financial consequences"
roundup - a summary list; as in e.g. "a news roundup"
resume, survey, sketch - short descriptive summary (of events)
rundown, summation, summing up - a concluding summary (as in presenting a case before a law court)
statement - a message that is stated or declared; a communication (oral or written) setting forth particulars or facts etc; "according to his statement he was in London on that day"
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Peugeot has factored this into the equation with its Sum-Up 125.
But the Sum-Up is more practical and a fair bit cheaper than the higher-specification Speed fight, which is on its way out due to strict emissions laws.
But the Sum-Up is more practical and a fair bit cheaper than the higher-specification Speedfight, which sadly is on its way out due to strict emissions laws.
Apart from the much lower price tag, the Sum-Up also gets a broad and comfortable two-person seat, and a flat floor pan so you can tuck your legs behind the broad, sturdy fairing for optimum weather protection.
The Sum-Up sessions are designed to integrate conference speaking events into one concise relay of keynote and session conclusions.
Unfortunately, Pound's admittedly scattershot approach is not adequately contained by Singh's chapters, whose headings seem more sum-ups than deep analysis: `Critical Evaluations: Poetry', Critical Evaluations: Prose', or `The Theory and Craft of Poetic Translation'.